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How to switch a project using the MSSCCI plug-in to VSPackage or vice versa?

Both SCM Anywhere MSSCCI Plug-in and VSPackage work with Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010. Please refer to the following article to see which plug-in you should use:
http://kb.dynamsoft.com/questions/490/Should+I+use+SCM+Anywhere+ MSSCCI+Plug-in+or+VSPackage+in+Visual+Studio%3F

To switch a project using the MSSCCI plug-in to VSPackage, you may follow the instructions below:

1. The solution “WindowsApplication3” is now under source control of SCM Anywhere MSSCCI Plug-in.

2. Unbind the solution. This removes the solution from source control by disassociating the local copy from the master copy on server. In Visual Studio, click File->Source Control->Change Source Control. In the Change Source Control dialog box, click Unbind.



3. Select SCM Anywhere VSPackage as the current source control plug-in. In Visual Studio, click Tools->Options->Source Control->Plug-in Selection.



4. Bind the solution to SCM Anywhere VSPackage. In Visual Studio, click File->Source Control->Change Source Control. In the Change Source Control dialog box, highlight the solution, and in the toolbar, click Bind. Highlight the project and bind it to VSPackage.



5. In the folder tree, browse to the folder where the .sln and .csproj files reside. Click OK.



6. Allow the .sln and .csproj files to be replaced so that the new binding info can be written silently.



7. Now the solution is under source control of VSPackage.

Switching from VSPackage to MSSCCI plug-in would have the same steps.



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1st of May, 2012

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